You Bet Moyes Headed For Spurs

YOU BET MOYES HEADED FOR SPURS

William Hill have installed David Moyes as 7/4 favourite to succeed Harry Redknapp as the next permanent manager of Spurs. Hills also offer 7/2 Roberto Martinez; 6/1 Rafa Benitez; Jurgen Klinsmann; 16/1 Fabio Capello; Andre Villas Boas; Alan Pardew; 20/1 Gus Poyet; 25/1 Martin O’Neill; 33/1 Stuart Pearce. Others on request.
‘This will be a volatile market but as Spurs would have expected Harry to get the England job they are sure to have put out feelers to potential replacements and we would expect a speedy appointment’ said Hill’sspokesman Graham Sharpe.

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Championship Sack Race Hots Up: Sven Odds On To Go Before Mclaren

With the Championship season set to kick off this weekend, Hills are offering a brand new market on the Manager Sack Race. The Championship is home to a number of high profile managers this year and the market is expected to be incredibly competitive with Coventry manager, Andy Thorn, the 6/1 favourite to be the first manager to leave his club. Keith Millen and Sean Dyche round off the top three at 7/1. With two former England managers plying their trade in the division, Hills offer 14/1 that Steve McLaren is the first manager to go, while Sven Goran Eriksson is 16/1 although Sven is 8/11 to be out of a job before the Wally with the Brolly.

“This year’s Championship is expected to be one of the closest ever with a number of high profile managers in charge of high profile clubs. Not all of them will be able to live up to expectations and the managers’ sack race could potentially be quite a volatile market,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

First Championship manager to leave his job: 6/1 Andy Thorn; 7/1 Keith Millen; 7/1 Sean Dyche; 8/1 Nigel Clough; 9/1 Chris Hughton; 9/1 Ian Holloway; 10/1 Sean O’Driscoll; 10/1 Steve Cotterill; 12/1 Tony Mowbray; 14/1 Steve McLaren; 16/1 Darren Ferguson; 16/1 Sven Goran Eriksson; 16/1 Simon Grayson; 16/1 Dougie Freedman; 16/1 Eddie Howe; 16/1 Paul Jewell; 20/1 Nigel Pearson; 20/1 Brian McDermott; 20/1 Keith Hill; 20/1 Nigel Adkins; 20/1 Sam Allardyce; 20/1 Gus Poyet; 20/1 Kenny Jackett; 20/1 Malky Mackay

Match Bets
11/8 Hull; 2/1 Blackpool; 11/5 Draw (Friday night)
10/11 Brighton; 16/5 Doncaster; 23/10 Draw
6/4 Bristol City; 2/1 Ipswich; 2/1 Draw
21/20 Burnley; 13/5 Watford; 23/10 Draw
13/5 Coventry; 11/10 Leicester; 11/5 Draw
9/5 Derby; 8/5 Birmingham; 21/10 Draw
11/10 Middlesbrough; 13/5 Portsmouth; 11/5 Draw
7/10 Nottingham Forest; 9/2 Barnsley; 9/4 Draw
13/10 Peterborough; 21/10 Crystal Palace; 9/4 Draw
19/20 Reading; 16/5 Millwall; 11/5 Draw
13/10 Southampton; 11/5 Leeds; 11/5 Draw
5/6 West Ham; 7/2 Cardiff; 23/10 Draw

Championship Outright: 5/1 Leicester; 5/1 West Ham; 16/1 Nottingham Forest; 18/1 Reading; 18/1 Middlesbrough; 20/1 Southampton; 22/1 Cardiff; 22/1 Blackpool; 22/1 Ipswich; 22/1 Birmingham; 22/1 Leeds; 22/1 Brighton; 30/1 Hull; 33/1 Burnley; 45/1 Portsmouth; 55/1 Derby; 70/1 Bristol City; 70/1 Millwall; 110/1 Watford; 110/1 Crystal Palace; 150/1 Peterborough; 150/1 Coventry; 200/1 Barnsley; 250/1 Doncaster

Promotion: 11/8 Leicester; 11/8 West Ham; 11/4 Birmingham; 7/2 Ipswich; 4/1 Nottingham Forest; 4/1 Reading; 9/2 Middlesbrough; 5/1 Cardiff; 5/1 Burnley; 5/1 Leeds; 5/1 Southampton; 6/1 Blackpool; 6/1 Hull; 6/1 Brighton; 10/1 Portsmouth; 12/1 Milwall; 12/1 Bristol City; 16/1 Derby; 20/1 Watford; 20/1 Peterborough; 20/1 Coventry; 33/1 Crystal Palace; 40/1 Barnsley; 40/1 Doncaster

Top Scorer: 9/1 Frederic Piquionne; 10/1 David Nugent; 10/1 Shane Long; 10/1 Nicky Maynard; 12/1 Marlon King; 14/1 Michael Chopra; 14/1 Rob Earnshaw; 14/1 Kevin Nolan; 16/1 Craig MacKail-Smith; 16/1 Nikola Zigic; 16/1 Kenny Miller; 20/1 Adam Rooney; 20/1 Billy Sharp; 20/1 Dave Kitson; 20/1 Dexter Blackstock; 20/1 Jason Scotland; 20/1 Jon Stead; 20/1 Martin Paterson; 20/1 Rickie Lambert; 20/1 Ross McCormack; 20/1 Scott McDonald; 20/1 Simon Church; 25/1 BAR

Relegation: 13/8 Barnsley; 13/8 Doncaster; 7/4 Coventry; 9/4 Crystal Palace; 9/4 Watfor; 5/2 Peterborough; 7/2 Portsmouth; 4/1 Derby; 9/2 Millwall; 5/1 Birmingham; 11/2 Bristol City; 9/1 Brighton; 12/1 Burnley; 12/1 Blackpool; 12/1 Cardiff; 14/1 Southampton; 16/1 Ipswich; 16/1 Hull; 16/1 Leeds; 16/1 Middlesbrough; 25/1 Nottingham Forest; 25/1 Reading; 33/1 Leicester; 40/1 West Ham

Highest Scoring Match:
11/2 Peterborough/Crystal Palace
6/1 Burnley/Watford
13/2 Brighton/Doncaster
13/2 Southampton/Leeds
13/2 West Ham Utd/Cardiff
7/1 Hull/Blackpool (Friday night)
8/1 Nottingham Forest/Barnsley
8/1 Bristol City/Ipswich
8/1 Coventry/Leicester
9/1 Derby/Birmingham
9/1 Middlesbrough/Portsmouth
9/1 Reading/Millwall

Highest Scoring Team: 9/1 Burnley; 9/1 Nottingham Forest; 9/1 Peterborough; 9/1 Brighton; 9/1 West Ham; 10/1 Reading; 11/1 Leicester; 12/1 Hull; 14/1 Middlesbrough; 14/1 Bristol City; 14/1 Southampton; 16/1 Derby; 16/1 Crystal Palace; 20/1 Ipswich; 20/1 Blackpool; 20/1 Birmingham; 22/1 Watford; 25/1 Doncaster; 28/1 Portsmouth; 28/1 Coventry; 28/1 Leeds; 28/1 Cardiff; 50/1 Millwall; 50/1 Barnsley
*Dead Heat Rules Apply

Fastest Scoring Team: 12/1 Burnley; 12/1 Nottingham Forest; 12/1 Peterborough; 12/1 Brighton; 12/1 West Ham; 14/1 Reading; 14/1 Leicester; 14/1 Hull; 14/1 Middlesbrough; 14/1 Bristol City; 14/1 Derby; 16/1 Southampton; 16/1 Crystal Palace; 16/1 Ipswich; 16/1 Blackpool; 16/1 Birmingham; 18/1 Watford; 18/1 Doncaster; 20/1 Portsmouth; 20/1 Coventry; 20/1 Leeds; 25/1 Cardiff; 25/1 Millwall; 25/1 Barnsley

Total red cards: 7/1 none; 9/4 one; 15/8 two; 10/3 three; 11/2 four or more

Premier League promoted teams relegated: 7/1 none; 7/4 one; 6/5 two; 9/2 three

Championship promoted teams relegated: 1/4 none; 11/4 one; 16/1 two; 250/1 three

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164
E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

William Hill Press Office; Greenside House; 50 Station Road; Wood Green; London; N22 7TP

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Bellamy 14/1 For Cardiff Job

DAVIES FOR CARDIFF JOB?

William Hill have installed Billy Davies as 5/1 favouriote to be next Cardiff manager, with Craig Bellamy rated a 14/1 chance to take over. ‘As ever with these jobs we expect to see a volatile market as various contenders are backed’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Next Cardiff Manager

William Hill ODDS:
Billy Davies5/1
Chris Hughton6/1
Roberto Di Matteo6/1
Gordon Strachan12/1
Paul Ince12/1
Aidy Boothroyd12/1
Alan Irvine12/1
Roy Keane12/1
Gareth Southgate14/1
Mark Robins14/1
Craig Bellamy14/1
Chris Coleman14/1
Phil Parkinson14/1
Kevin Blackwell16/1
Alan Curbishley16/1
Lee Clark16/1
Peter Reid16/1
Sean O’Driscoll16/1
John Toshack20/1
Martin O’Neill20/1
Phil Brown20/1
Gianfranco Zola20/1
Gus Poyet20/1
Ian Holloway20/1
Malky Mackay20/1
Ray Wilkins25/1
David O’Leary33/1

Further info…graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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Heavy Gamble On Bluebird To Become A Hammer

Dave Jones has been cut from 10/1 to 6/4 to be the new West Ham boss, by William Hill. He has been the subject of a massive gamble over the space of an hour and has pushed other contenders such as Chris Hughton and Sam Allardyce out to 10/3 and 4/1 respectively.

“Dave Jones has gone from relative outsider to frontrunner in the space of 20 minutes and the gamble would suggest that he is, as reported, the number one target to replace Avram Grant,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Next Permanent West Ham Manager (William Hill Odds): 6/4 Dave Jones; 10/3 Chris Hughton; 4/1 Sam Allardyce; 9/1 Alex McLeish; 14/1 Neil Warnock; 14/1 Martin O’Neill; 14/1 Paul Lambert; 14/1 Chris Coleman; 16/1 Kevin Keen; 16/1 Ian Holloway; 16/1 Malky MacKay; 20/1 BAR

Further Information…Joe Crilly…0208 918 3746 / 07850 518 164

Note: This is a volatile market and may be likely to change. For all the latest odds, go to http://sports.williamhill.com/bet/en-gb/betting/e/2047939/sp/Next-Permanent-West-Ham-Manager.html

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England 6/4 To Win World Cup Bid

ENGLAND 6/4 TO GET 2018 WORLD CUP

AFTER receiving a positive report from FIFA inspectors, England are 6/4 second favourites with William Hill to win the bid to stage the 2018 World Cup.
Russia are currently 10/11 favourites with Hills, but haven’t fared so positively in the reports, while Spain and Portugal’s joint bid did well and is 7/2 third favourite, with Holland/Belgium’s bid the 50/1 outsiders.
‘With rumours and counter-rumours swirling around this has become a very volatile market, but England’s positive report will have calmed some of the nerves which seem to have been engulfing their bid team’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Further information….graham sharpe….0208 918 3731.

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Will Michael Rove To Hibs ?

WILL MICHAEL ROVE TO HIBS? OR WILL TONY RETURN?

SHAMROCK ROVERS’ boss Michael O’Neill has been backed from 5/1 to 3/1 second favourite to become the next Hibs’ boss with William Hill who also report money for the club’s former manager Tony Mowbray, down from 11/1 to 8/1, and for Hamilton’s Billy Reid, in as 9/2 third favourite.
‘This looks like being a volatile market with a number of contenders already well backed but with little indication that there is an imminent appointment’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
William Hill…..NEXT PERMANENT HIBS’ MANAGER….5/2 Jimmy Calderwood; 3/1 Michael O’Neill; 9/2 Billy Reid; 5/1 Gareth Evans; 11/2 Derek McInnes; 8/1 Tony Mowbray.

Further information…………graham sharpe……..0208 918 3731

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6/1 Megson To Be Last Prem Boss To Go This Season

6/1 MEGSON TO BE LAST PREM BOSS TO GO THIS SEASON

William Hill have opened a book on how many more Premier League managers will follow Gary Megson out of their psitions this season – and offer 6/1 that he will be the last to go. ‘With the January transfer window looming up, clubs may consider that there is little point switching managers afterwards, so if we don’t see more departures within the next few weeks that may just be it for the season. However, chairmen are also capable of coming up with different reasons for disposing of out of favour managers, so I suspect we’ll take plenty of money at 20/1 for another four or more to go – particularly as several clubs appear to have severe financial problems.’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills – HOW MANY MORE PREM BOSSES WILL GO BEFORE END OF CAMPAIGN?
0 6/1
1 11/10
2 7/4
3 7/1
4+ 20/1

WILL PAUL LOVE TO GO A-WANDERING DOWN BOLTON WAY?

PAUL JEWELL has been backed down to favouritism to become the next Bolton manager with William Hill who now make him an 11/4 shot from an opening 5/1 to get the job full-time and also offer: 9/2 Peter Reid; 5/1 Mark Hughes; 7/1 Darren Ferguson; 10/1 Alan Curbishley; Gary Speed; 12/1 Owen Coyle; 14/1 Steve Coppell; 16/1 Iain Dowie; Alan Irvine; Gareth Southgate. ‘As with most situations of this nature, this has been a volatile market early on, but Jewell and Reid have both come in for significant support as the day has gone on’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Further information…..graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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Jeffries Gamble Underway As Burley Looks Doomed

Early ‘Killie-cash’ gamble on Jeffries as:
NO MORE BETS ON BURLEY TO GO

HAVING OFFERED 7/4 that Scotland boss George Burley would lose his job before the qualifiers for the next Euro tournament get underway, William Hill closed the book once it became obvious that he is likely to be sacked before the end of the week.
And punters have already poured cash on Kilmarnock manager Jim Jeffries succeeding Burley, forcing his odds down from an opening 20/1 to 5/1 joint favourite, along with Craig Levein and Walter Smith. Hills also offer 6/1 Gary McAllister; 7/1 Owen Coyle; 8/1 Billy Davies; 10/1 Darren Ferguson; Joe Jordan 12/1 Kenny Dalglish; Mark McGhee.
‘This is likely to be a very volatile market in the early stages, but the very fact that we are already seeing plenty of interest in Burley’s successor pretty much guarantees that he won’t be seeing the week out’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Further information…..graham sharpe…..0208 918 3731

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